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Abernathy Poems, Lea Ann, circa 1948.1 volume. 1998.167.
Bound volume (60p) of poems by Abernathy, member of the Southeast Missouri State Teachers College class of 1935. Poems published in “Our Dumb Animals,” the Capaha Arrow and read on station WEW, St. Louis University, 1948.
Abernathy Report, Jeremiah Thomas, circa 1920. 1 item.2002.155.
Pamphlet (12p) entitled “The Truth About Mississippi County Told with Fancy’s Aid,” reprinting the report by Abernathy, a business efficiency expert from New York, distributed by the Southeast Missouri Agricultural Bureau, promoting the improvement and development of the region’s farmland.
Abstracts of Title for 325-327 Morgan Oak Street, 1927-1997. 5 items. 2008.114.
Abstracts of title for 327 Morgan Oak Street, Cape Girardeau Mo., from 1937 and 1956, an abstracts of title for 325 Morgan Oak Street, Cape Girardeau Mo., from 1971, and an appraisal of 325 Morgan Oak Street from 1997.
Abstract of Title for Lot No. 1, Range C. "Main Street," 1945. 1 item. 2010.008.
Abstract of title for lot no. 1, range C, in Cape Girardeau, Mo. The lot is located to the west of the Mississippi River, east of Main Street, south of Themis Street, and north of Independence Street.
Ackenhead Lecture, Pete, 1969.1 item.2001.010.
Recording of lecture by Ackenhead, a teacher who moved to Missouri where he was hired as a field representative for the Missouri Commission on Human Rights in 1955.In July 1966, he moved to Kennett and became a full-time investigator of human rights violations.In this recording, which took place on July 7, 1969, he addressed an audience at Southeast Missouri State University on the difficulties inherent in school desegregation in the 1960s.The end of the recording is a question and answer session with the audience. Running time: 01:06:51.
All-America City Award Program, 1968. 1 item. 2004.066.
Program from an awards banquet held in honor of Cape Girardeau winning the All-American City title. Originating in 1949, the All-America City Award is given to 10 cities annually by the National Civic League recognizing communities that work together on important social issues.
Alvarado Menu, circa 1946. 1 item. 2006.113.
Menu from the Cape Girardeau restaurant (1929-c.1959) which operated out of the service station at the intersection of Broadway and Highway 61.Menu shows restaurant selections and prices.
American Balloon Corp Veterans Newspaper Collection, 1932-1964. 2.0 linear feet. 2007.047.
American soldiers who served in the U.S Balloon Corps during World War I formed the National Association of the American Balloon Corps Veterans (NAABCV).This newspaper kept members updated on each other, ballooning and aviation news, as well as veterans affairs information.
Anti-Catholic Broadside, undated. 1 item. 1998.152.
Broadside entitled “Protestant! Get Wise,” printed in protest over the fund-raising for St. Francis Hospital in Cape Girardeau.
Auxiliary to Sons of Union Veterans Ledger, Cape Girardeau Chapter, 1939-1945. 1 item. 2012.009.
Notebook containing the meeting minutes of the Auxiliary to Sons of Union Veterans group, a Cape Girardeau Women’s Club. Includes roll call, treasury reports, and descriptions of service projects.
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